“I had My Little Ponies. I was obsessed with the idea of a creature that was born with something magical that sort of made them the misfit in the world of the stallion. I’m actually quite obsessed with unicorns. They are in essence a mythical creature. The unicorn is born magical and it’s not the unicorn’s fault and it doesn’t make it any more or less special or any less unique but it can’t help that it was born with that magic.”
First, Taylor Lautner goes shirtless throughout nearly all of Twilight: New Moon. Then, the cast of True Blood goes naked on Rolling Stone. And now, we’ve got several shirtless werewolves dancing to It’s Raining Men.
We are LOVING this trend of minimally clothed mythical creatures. Keep it up!
Above is a clip from the HIGHlariously stupid movie, Vampires Suck, which was released yesterday, after being leaked onto the Internet last month.
Maybe you already saw it, but then again, we all know that shirtless, gay werewolves are WAY better on a massive screen!
Will U watch gay werewolves on the big screen this weekend?
We have to wonder if James Franco is making this story up just because he got caught reading Twilight and was embarrassed. Hmm…
Well, assuming it’s legit, James Franco has been carrying around the first Twilight book with him. When asked about it, he said he was reading it for a children’s book “project” he’d like to write in the future.
Here’s what Franco had to say about Twilight:
"It's crazy how much sexual tension there is. It just builds and builds. I mean it never stops. It's sort of explosive by the end. Crazy. Like they'll blow up with it. And of course, they don't. Which is the point too, I guess."
We’re curious to hear more about this project. Given the fact that he’s using Twilight as research, we’re thinking that vampires will be involved, but who knows? Maybe he’ll keep the romantic aspect, but go another way with his choice of mythical creatures.
Is it possible he’ll write a story about the relationship between a human and a family of Creatures from the Black Lagoon? What Do U think?
Contrary to false reports that Taylor Swifthad a "heads up" onKanye West's sexist and offensive lyric about her in his new song, the singer's publicist tells us that is not true.
Swift's rep, Tree Paine, tells PerezHilton.com:
"Kanye did not call for approval, but to ask Taylor to release his single Famous on her Twitter account. She declined and cautioned him about releasing a song with such a strong misogynistic message. Taylor was never made aware of the actual lyric, 'I made that bitch famous.'"